Brad Haddin      

Full name Bradley James Haddin

Born October 23, 1977, Cowra, New South Wales

Current age 36 years 179 days

Major teams Australia, Australian Capital Territory, Kolkata Knight Riders, New South Wales, Sydney Sixers

Nickname BJ

Playing role Wicketkeeper batsman

Batting style Right-hand bat

Fielding position Wicketkeeper

Height 1.80 m

Bradley James Haddin
Batting and fielding averages
Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave BF SR 100 50 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 57 96 10 3033 169 35.26 5194 58.39 4 17 337 47 228 5
ODIs 105 98 11 2753 110 31.64 3346 82.27 2 16 262 59 146 10
T20Is 33 29 6 402 47 17.47 351 114.52 0 0 30 13 17 5
First-class 171 280 35 9620 169 39.26 17 55 568 37
List A 214 204 19 6134 138* 33.15 9 35 294 49
Twenty20 62 58 7 1080 76 21.17 901 119.86 0 4 87 39 40 15
Bowling averages
Mat Inns Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10
Tests 57 - - - - - - - - - - - -
ODIs 105 - - - - - - - - - - - -
T20Is 33 - - - - - - - - - - - -
First-class 171 - - - - - - - - - - - -
List A 214 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Twenty20 62 - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career statistics
Test debut West Indies v Australia at Kingston, May 22-26, 2008 scorecard
Last Test South Africa v Australia at Cape Town, Mar 1-5, 2014 scorecard
Test statistics
ODI debut Australia v Zimbabwe at Hobart, Jan 30, 2001 scorecard
Last ODI Australia v England at Sydney, Jan 19, 2014 scorecard
ODI statistics
T20I debut Australia v South Africa at Brisbane, Jan 9, 2006 scorecard
Last T20I Bangladesh v Australia at Dhaka, Apr 1, 2014 scorecard
T20I statistics
First-class debut 1999/00
Last First-class South Africa v Australia at Cape Town, Mar 1-5, 2014 scorecard
List A debut 1997/98
Last List A Australia v England at Sydney, Jan 19, 2014 scorecard
Twenty20 debut Australia A v Pakistanis at Adelaide, Jan 13, 2005 scorecard
Last Twenty20 Bangladesh v Australia at Dhaka, Apr 1, 2014 scorecard
Recent matches
Bat & Bowl Team Opposition Ground Match Date Scorecard
0c/0s Australia v Bangladesh Dhaka 1 Apr 2014 T20I # 396
1c/0s, 6 Australia v India Dhaka 30 Mar 2014 T20I # 393
15*, 2c/0s Australia v West Indies Dhaka 28 Mar 2014 T20I # 388
0c/0s, 8 Australia v Pakistan Dhaka 23 Mar 2014 T20I # 381
0, 1c/0s Australia v New Zealand Fatullah 19 Mar 2014 Other T20
1c/0s Australia v South Africa Centurion 14 Mar 2014 T20I # 365
0c/0s, 4* Australia v South Africa Durban 12 Mar 2014 T20I # 363
13, 4c/0s, 3*, 1c/0s Australia v South Africa Cape Town 1 Mar 2014 Test # 2122
1c/0s, 9, 3c/0s, 1 Australia v South Africa Port Elizabeth 20 Feb 2014 Test # 2121
0, 2c/0s, 2c/0s Australia v South Africa Centurion 12 Feb 2014 Test # 2119
Profile

Brad Haddin displayed impressive courage during his opening Test series in the West Indies when he played through the pain of a broken finger, and by the end of his first year was one of the national team's most important assets. At that time he was indispensable, shuffling around the one-day order, proving himself as a productive Test run-maker and slowly improving on his glovework. There were even a couple of Twenty20 captaincy engagements when Ponting, Clarke and Hussey were rested. The only serious break Haddin got in that time was to his finger.

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Mar 28, 2014

Chris Gayle survives a stumping chance as Brad Haddin fails to collect the ball, Australia v West Indies, World T20, Group 2, Mirpur, March 28, 2014

Chris Gayle survives a stumping chance

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Feb 23, 2014

Brad Haddin's middle stump meets Dale Steyn's inswinger, South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth, 4th day, February 23, 2014

Brad Haddin's middle stump meets Dale Steyn's inswinger

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Feb 23, 2014

Dale Steyn removed Brad Haddin's middle stump again, South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth, 4th day, February 23, 2014

Dale Steyn removed Brad Haddin's middle stump again

© Associated Press

Tour Results
Australia v West Indies at Brisbane - Feb 13, 2013
West Indies won by 27 runs
Australia v West Indies at Melbourne - Feb 10, 2013
Australia won by 17 runs
Australia v West Indies at Sydney - Feb 8, 2013
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
Australia v West Indies at Canberra - Feb 6, 2013
Australia won by 39 runs
Australia v West Indies at Perth - Feb 3, 2013
Australia won by 54 runs
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